Otter was always raving to her daughter about the latest product she had come up with at her place of business. Her daughter also ran a small business with similar products. After a few years they decided to merge the two and become co-owners of the single company. While Otter always had ideas, her daughter knew just how to put them into action. One never became jealous of the other. If they did, they met together alone and discussed why it was bothering them. That way they maintained a level of professional respect and neither found themselves hurt.
Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “Tips on How to Succeed When Working with Your Grown-up Kids“